Last week we first previewed an exciting clip of the official music video for “Gust Of Wind”, a second collaboration between Pharrell and Daft Punk after their massive "Get Lucky" release. You now can watch the full cinematic journey in all its glory directed by Edgar Write, responsible for flicks like "Shaun of the Dead" and the upcoming Ant-Man among others.
The video sees Pharrell in some far off forest with his ranger hat and all moving around as dancers fly in every which direction. We then see Daft Punk represented by giant stone molds of their helmets lift up from the ground and float around while singing their chorus. The video is very well done, and leaves the viewer craving to see more Daft Punk by the end of it, which closes out with a climatic appearance of an outline of the famed robots in the sky at the very end. Watch below and you can pick up your copy on iTunes. Enjoy!
The daunting task of remixing a Flume and Chet Faker song has prevented many from taking on the duties, but booming New York producer Sweater Beats has pulled off quite the magnificent feat with his latest remix. The chilled out single "Drop The Game" from Flume and Chet's highly acclaimed Lockjaw EP is given a gritty yet melodic future bass overhaul to Sweater Beats creative implantation. Prolonging the violin sample to include a new powerful synth pattern and accenting the euphoric bass bursts makes this remix a great listen and possibly even better than the original. Sweater Beats is passing this remix out as a free download and will be hitting the road this fall alongside Chance the Rapper for a string of college shows that culminates with a performance at this years Day of The Day put on by Hard Events. Check out the dates below and above all… Enjoy
Flume & Chet Faker – Drop The Game (Sweater Beats Remix) | Free Download
Sweater Beats Tour Dates After The Jump
After a successful album release with numerous singles, Sam Smith links up with NY rapper A$AP Rocky for an unexpected pairing of styles you won’t be able to get enough of on “I’m Not The Only One” . An incredible organic instrumental acts as the perfect soundtrack for Sam to lay down his signature soulful voice which contrasts with Rocky’s gritty rapping perfectly. This song is being released as a single and will be available at midnight tonight. Enjoy!
Sam Smith – I'm Not The Only One feat. A$AP Rocky | Stream Only
Kygo went from being a new name at the beginning of this year to sold out tours and even just announced his international album signing with Sony Music. Fellow breakout producer Dillon Francis has established himself as one of the most notable names in EDM over the past years and is on the heels of releasing his debut studio album next month. News has just broke that the two artists have actually begun collaborating and were in the studio last night. With both artists typically messing with the slower paced BPM range, it makes sense that their styles would mesh wonderfully together. They have posted a few pictures and videos, with Dillon sharing a short preview of the actual song as well!
Here is the first clip of the song, a slow paced melody filled heater in the making:
Here is a video of Dillon joking with Kygo in the studio:
Today we might have one of the biggest tracks featuring pop-culture artists released in recent years, a collaboration between Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake. This is the latest track off the very exciting new EXCLUSIVE LP from Michael Jackson's team full of unreleased MJ vocals that never saw the light of day, until now. This track "Love Never Felt So Good" captures the 80's vibe of MJ's originals, yet packs a modern spin that will have you moving uncontrollably. This track is so hot I could see it even making it's way to radio. Hopefully more modern pop artists can take a few pointers on how to make feel-good hits. Listen in full below and you can pre-order your copy before the album release on May 13th. Enjoy!
Michael Jackson & Justin Timberlake – Love Never Felt So Good | Pre-Order
RAC – “Tear You Down” ft. Alex Ebert of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes : Must Hear Indie CollaborationPosted in Bangin by nick | Tags: Alex Ebert, Collaboration, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, indie, RAC
LA based artist RAC is back with his latest original single “Tear You Down” featuring Alex Ebert, lead singer of Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes. The result fuses RAC’s smooth electronic dance style with Alex Ebert’s indie / folk signature sound for a refreshing fusion of genres. The song is guaranteed to have you moving and singing along by the end. This song is available in the Part 1 release of the RAC debut album Strangers Part 1, which you can pick up a copy of today. Enjoy!
RAC – Tear You Down (ft. Alex Ebert) | iTunes
The buzz surrounding producer / DJ extraordinaire Skrillex and rapper Chance the Rapper unexpected time in the studio is the talk of the music world currently with the potential for future collaborations at stake (see above in studio alongside Mike Will Made It). Skrillex unleashed the first of their sessions at his intimate Brooklyn show apart of his Takeover tour last night. The production doesn't sound like your typical Skrillex track and is more of a hip-hop song as opposed to a dubstep banger with Chance's charismatic vocals abundant throughout the length of it. Regardless of this being a very rough quality camera video, it gives us the first sample of what sounds like some serious chemistry between the artists. Enjoy
Skrillex & Chance the Rapper – ID (Unreleased) Played Live By Skrillex
Ellie Goulding recently let loose the much anticipated news that she would be releasing a brand new collaboration with Skrillex in the near future, following up their very successful previous collab ‘Summit’. At the MTV EMA (European Music Awards) she spoke to Dutch publication 3FM Serious Radio letting the hot news out. She also revealed most of her effort would be dedicated to the official song for the BBC Children in Need charity. Enjoy.
The two-piece live electronic duo Break Science apart of the Pretty Lights Music family just teamed up with Redman to create the collaboration “Who Got It”. It’s a trap styled hip-hop song injected full of their soulful energy making the song very unique. The song also features some epic artwork that looks like a comic book illustration. They have been nice enough to include a free download. Enjoy!
Break Science – Who Got It (Ft. Redman) | Direct Download
Chicago’s Rockie Fresh continues his rise by collaborating with Wiz Khalifa on the smoke induced “Kush Do”. Both artists deliver some kush filled care free verses with both their unique mellow styles. Rockie has been nice enough to pass this one out for free download in return for a facebook like. Taylor Gang and Maybach Music Group unite. Enjoy!
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Listen to Action Bronson’s cut “The Rockers” featuring Wiz Khalifa from his newest EP SAAAB STORIES entirely produced by Harry Fraud which just released today June 11th (artwork below). We got to first preview this new EP comical yet hard hitting song and music video “Strictly 4 My Jeeps”. Both these smoke inspired rappers lay down some mellow flow that collides together so well. You can now pre-order the EP and grab this song. Enjoy!
Action Bronson – “The Rockers” (Ft. Wiz Khalifa) | Purchase EP
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The mysterious Snails follows up his previous collosal Bubble Gun (VIP Remix) with another collaboration with Apashe on the song “Staxx” off the Magnet EP. This song follows the bass heavy trap style with his own unique gritty twist to create a brutal anthem that is sure to get played out by everyone. Watch what you are doing as this track will hit you in the face. It is now available through Beatport. Enjoy!
Snails & Apashe – Staxx | Beatport
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My story has changed quite a lot since moving to Boulder, Colorado and starting Thissongissick back in 2010. My name is Nick Guarino and this is Thissongissick.com. We've grown a lot since, but the original goal has always stayed the same: making it easier for you to discover sick new music that you've never heard before. In high school I would make mix cd's for my friends to show them all the new music I was discovering. Now, through TSIS, we work with musicians and record labels from all over the world to showcase a variety of the freshest electronic, hip-hop, indie, and alternative music to a global following that is comprised of millions of music lovers in over 110 countries - every single month. So, make yourself at home while enjoying countless amazing musicians from a variety of genres and let the sick sounds fill your ears! - Nick